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Loveless in the News:
Rolling Stonehill 03.2004
Spin Magazine 02.2004
Boston Globe 01.29.04
Boston Phoenix 01.16.04
Juicy Magazine 01.2004
Rolling Stone 12.25.03
Boston Globe 12.11.03
Boston Metro 12.8.03
Boston Globe 12.7.03
Amplifier Magazine 12.03
Boston Phoenix 11.13.03
Boston Phoenix 9.12.03
Boston Herald 9.8.03
The Noise 9.06.2003
Good Times Magazine 9.2002 Listen up 7.2002
Village Voice 6.2002
The Noise 6.2002
The Noise 5.06.02
The Noise 4.2002
Swizzle-stick.com 2.2002
Boston Globe 1.11.02
Boston Phoenix:
Cellars By Starlight 11.21.01

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The Scene is Clean

The Boston Phoenix
9/12/2003

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something overdue. That twist on the old wedding-day axiom works as well as any when it comes to capturing the character of this fall's local crop of pop and rock releases from old friends, new faces, and promising acquaintances. Indeed, the long-awaited, much-delayed release of Loveless's Gift to the World, now scheduled for November 11 on the Somerville-based Q Division label, feels like the big day after a prolonged engagement.

Since forming the alterna-rock group a few years back, singer-guitarists Dave Wanamaker (ex-Expanding Man) and Jen Trynin have issued one well-received EP, and they were last year at this time, reported to be putting the finishing touches on a full-length follow-up. But Q Division's new label manager, Ed Valauskas (who also has good news to report concerning The Gentlemen, for whom he plays bass), promises that the Loveless album will be a reality this fall. What's more, he says, it's going to be good. "There's not a clunker on the record. I think it's one of the best-sounding things [Q owner/producer] Mike Denneen has done. And Dave's* just a really great songwriter."

The disc, he reports, has a Britpop feel but also boasts big, stick-in-your-head choruses that recall vintage Tom Petty and anthemic arrangements that reflect Wanamaker's soft spot for, uh, Journey and Def Leppard.

- Jonathan Perry

*- the original article misquoted Ed as saying that "Jen's just a really great songwriter". She IS. But Dave writes the songs in Loveless.








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